The Fireworks Bylaw Survey closed on August 8, 2022 at 4 pm. Thank you to everyone who responded.
We're listening to your comments, suggestions, and feedback on the use of fireworks in the Town of Mono. Residents of Mono: This is your chance to shape firework use in your Town! Take the survey.
The survey closes on August 8, 2022 at 4 pm. Responses will be collected and data will be presented to Council at a future meeting.
At a Council Meeting on March 22, 2022, Council had its first reading of a draft Fireworks Bylaw. You can read the draft bylaw online at bit.ly/firewby. The intent of this survey is to gather input on some of the considerations in that bylaw.
Topics in the Survey
The survey differentiates among display fireworks (e.g., aerial shells, cakes, waterfalls, lances and wheels, rockets, serpents, shells, bombshells, tourbillions, maroons, large wheels, bouquets, barrages, bombardos, fountains, batteries illumination, set pieces, pigeons, and firecrackers), consumer fireworks (roman candles, sparklers, fountains, volcanoes, mines, and snakes), and firework use in general. Topics include:
- When and if fireworks should be allowed
- Where fireworks could be allowed
- If selling or using fireworks should require a permit
- Concerns with fireworks